Celebrations of Learning

With the end of the school year in sight, school districts across BC are coming together to host Celebrations of Learning – opportunities for school and leadership teams to showcase their inquiry work and share learning from the past year. Taking time to learn from each other through in this way is important.  Not only do year-end celebrations provide a space for networking, collaboration and professional learning, but it’s a time to recognize the effort, time and energy that goes into the commitment to improving our practice and positively influencing student learning. It’s also really nice to just take the time to recognize each other – to congratulate each other for being a risk-taking, brave, curious community of leaders and learners.

Last week the Lower Mainland region hosted their Celebration in the Delta School District. School teams showcased their work with poster boards and colleagues had time to chat with each other and their about the projects. Please remember to send your pictures to us at noii.aesn@gmail.com or share them with us via @noiiaesn. 

Sharing #sd38 playful storytelling inquiry project @noiiaesn pic.twitter.com/kRU3ujYbOL

— Janice Novakowski (@jnovakowskisd38) May 20, 2015

On June 1st the Northern BC Region will host their Celebration in Prince Rupert from 10am – 3pm at the Museum of Northern British Columbia. Judy and Linda will be there to share in the learning. To register for the event, please click here for more information.  

In addition to celebrations, you can learn about what others are working on by reviewing school case studies. Both NOII and AESN case studies are available on our website. 

Hosting an event in your region? Please let us know!

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